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Bezos Family Foundation
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Bezos Scholars Young people are co-creators in powerful problem-solving every day. When given tools, opportunities, and a platform, their voices...
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Amber Chandler
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I’m one of those quote collectors. I have the catchy signs in my house, journals filled with snippets of conversations, and novels full of underlined...
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To many young people, “the past” is one big, tangled mass: World War I, Ancient Greece and the Civil Rights Movement all happened “a long time ago,”...
Julie Stern
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#8 Blog of 2018 Webinar Alert: If you’re interested in exploring this topic more, check out Share My Lesson’s free virtual conference keynote session...
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ADL
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This article was originally published on January 25, 2018 on the Anti-Defamation League website and can be found here . By Jinnie Spiegler, Director...
The New York Times Learning Network
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This article is an excerpt from The New York Times lesson plan " The Reckoning: Teaching About the #MeToo Moment and Sexual Harassment With Resources...
Amber Chandler
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Have you noticed that as obsessed as today’s tweens and teens are with selfies, they don’t actually have many printed photographs? I’m not sure the...

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American Federation of Teachers
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By Brandon Corley It was the first day of seventh grade and my first class after lunch was algebra. I lined up in the hallway with my classmates and...
Amber Chandler
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There is just so much news. Have you noticed that? It is around the clock, on repeat and remix, and some of it is fake, and some of it is so horribly...
#9 Blog of 2018 Carolyn Shilinski is a middle level educator with two decades of experience working in public schools from New York to Hawaii. She is...